Recent Examples of sousaphone from the Web
Jaffe's sousaphone tuba, manufactured by Mario Corso, is boldly marked with the name Preservation Hall on the bell.
Purrazzo played piano and percussive instruments while Wcislo played tuba and sousaphone and was also a choir member.
Songs in Guadeloupean Creole backed by blues guitar and sousaphone.
And all Kerr needs to sing the praises of Klay is a little background music: a guitar, banjo, sitar or sousaphone will do.
A sousaphone plays mournfully in its lowest register, while a man whistles robin calls, and two people chat conspiratorially.
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Origin and Etymology of sousaphone
First Known Use: 1925See Words from the same year
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